Turning metal into art comes naturally to craftsman Craig Danner.
Years ago, he hung up his spurs as a bull rider to learn the tools of the trade to weld them, making one-of-a-kind belt buckles and bridle bits, too. Worn by professional rodeo athletes, his custom creations are crafted with both his hands and his heart. Craig donates spurs to various cancer fundraisers to honor friends he’s lost to the disease.
And to that, we tip our hat to you, Craig.
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